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MARTIN LUTHER 500 REFORMATION TOUR 2017--Registration closed

LUTHER 500 TOUR ITINERARY

REGISTRATION closed, tour full: Luther's Germany and (Zwingli and Calvin's) Switzerland June 15-25, 2017. Follow the tour @bondbooks on Instagram or Facebook. Register today for the ARMISTICE CENTENARY TOUR, 1918-2018. Contact us about special rates for pastors and their families.

Space is limited. Tour is closed. Contact us today about the ARMISTICE 100 TOUR, June, 2018: bondbooks.net@gmail.com

"The trip has been an answer to long prayers and has really changed us for life."

"...one of the greatest gifts I have ever been given. God used the time in France to remind me of his love."

LUTHER 500 "HERE I STAND" REFORMATION TOUR 2017--ITINERARY

Itinerary (subject to final revisions) Reserve your place on the LUTHER 500 "HERE I STAND" REFORMATION TOUR June 15-25, 2017 (Cost and payment schedule). Sign and return the LUTHER 500 Travel Contract with your $200 registration deposit.

LUTHER 500 2017 TOUR Itinerary (subject to final revisions) 

June 15—Thursday: Day 1 -- Arrive in Frankfurt and meet at NH hotel near the airport via hotel shuttle (shuttle bus station is at Terminal 1, hall B , arriving area , exit 4-5 and our bus is dark blue and has the number 4 as well as our logo on it); meet at hotel 1:30 and coach to Mainz; Gutenberg Museum and cathedral; return to NH Frankfurt Niederrad Hotel (2 nights) for our opening dinner and getting acquainted.

June 16—Friday: Day 2 -- Breakfast in hotel; coach drive to Worms (1:00) where Luther took his intrepid stand for the gospel of grace alone; then to Heidelberg Castle (:40), tour where Ursinus and Olivianus compiled the Heidelberg Catechism; the Church of the Holy Ghost where they preached; dinner in Heidelberg; back to Frankfurt hotel.

June 17—Saturday: Day 3 -- Coach to Eisenach (3:00), where Luther's parents lived; JS Bach birthplace (only if time permits during free time); Wartburg Castle where in 1521 Luther translated the German New Testament, wrote his catechism, and began writing hymns; Erfurt (1:00), the Augustinian cloister; the Erfurt Cathedral where Luther attempted to say his first mass; short coach drive to Maxx Hotel in Jena and dinner.

June 18--SUNDAY at Erfurt Cathedral morning worship: Day 4 -- Coach to Wittenberg (1:00); Castle church and 95 theses; Stadtkirche where Luther married Katherina von Bora; Luther tree; Augustinian cloister museum where the Luthers lived; free time to see Cranach museum and more of this charming town; coach to Eisleben Luther's birthplace and the Graf Von Mansfield Hotel where he died in Eisleben (1:00)

June 19—Monday: Day 5 -- Visit Luther birthplace and death house and church Luther preached his last sermon in; back to Wittenberg for lunch and afternoon free time. Return for second night to Graf Von Mansfield Hotel in Eisleben and dinner.   

June 20—Tuesday: Day 6 --  coach to Leipzig (1:15) see where Luther debated with Johann Eck in 1519; St. Thomas Church where JS Bach was Kappelmeister and wrote many of his famous cantatas; Eilenberg where Lutheran hymn writer Martin Rinkhart wrote Now Thank We All Our God (1636) during 30-Years War; (lunch in Leipzig); coach to Coburg (2:45) and the castle where Luther likely penned A Mighty Fortress is Our God in 1529 (date not entirely certain); coach to Nuremberg (1:58 on the way to Augsburg) in the city that had more than 20 printing houses and was frequented by Luther; Noris Hotel Nurnberg 

June 21—Wednesday: Day 7 -- Coach to Augsburg (1:20) see Augsburg where the famous Augsburg Confession was signed and approved; visit Dachau Concentration Camp (:36), the prototype concentration camp of WW II; coach to Hotel Residenz Ravensburg and dinner.

June 22—Thursday: Day 8 – coach to Constance (3:00) where Jan Hus was martyred before the cathedral in 1415; explore the breathtaking panoramas of the Swiss Alps from this lakeside city; return for second night to Hotel Residenz Ravensburg and dinner.

June 23—Friday: Day 9 -- Coach to Zurich (stopover) where Ulrich Zwingli preached the gospel of grace; visit the Grossmunster, and where Calvin's friend Bullinger ministered after Zwingli; coach to Bern (2:00) Switzerland; Hotel Allegro Kursaal Bern and dinner at the Krone Bern AG Gerechtigkeitsgasse 66 3011 Bern Tel. 031 312 13 14 www.kronebern.ch .

June 24—Saturday: Day 10 -- Coach to Geneva (1:40 from Bern). Tour St. Pierre Cathedral where Calvin preached and the Auditoire; Reformation Museum; Reformation Wall; evening dinner at Crown Plaza Hotel Geneva, reprising the whole.  

June 25—Sunday: Day 11 -- Breakfast in Geneva hotel. Worship at Saint-Pierre or Auditoire for those whose flights allow; flights home or connections from Geneva

THIS TOUR IS FILLING STEADILY AND SPACE IS LIMITED. CONTACT US bondbooks.net@gmial.com or call 253-381-1961 REGISTER TODAY!

1. Download LUTHER 500 Travel Contract: Sign and return with $200 registration deposit bondbooks.net@gmail.com

2. Download and print 2 copies of the Travel Contract

3. Send one signed copy with your $200 non-refundable registration deposit ($200 per traveler)

I was talking with a fellow the other day who was on the Calvin '09 tour with us. "Everyday was like being in heaven," he said. He went on and talked about the daily fellowship, meals, experiencing the sites together, and what a delight that all was. Heaven, I'm counting on it, will be infinitely better, but there are definitely foretastes when we are together for one of these tours.

Reserve your place on the LUTHER 500 "HERE I STAND" REFORMATION TOUR 2017. Sign and return the LUTHER 500 Travel Contract with your $200 registration deposit

Trace the route for the LUTHER 500 REFORMATION Tour 2017 with Douglas Bond--Frankfurt, Worms, Heidelberg, Leipzig, Augsburg, Eisenach, Wartburg Castle, Erfurt, Eisleben, Wittenberg, Coburg Castle, Constance, Zurich, Geneva. 

LUTHER 500 2017 Cost and Payment Schedule

Tour price:$2850 each (ground cost--airfare not included)

$200 registration deposit each LUTHER 500 Travel Contract

$800 each September 15, 2016

$1000 each February 15, 2017

Balance in full April 1, 2017

We are happy to arrange an alternate payment schedule, if needed, for better timing with your income schedule.

We want the tour to be accessible for families, young and old alike (we have had children and octogenarians on most of our tours! So bring the whole family!

INCLUDED: Personal daily guide (author Douglas Bond); luxury coach travel; 10 nights, fine hotel lodging; 20 meals; entrance fees to castles, museums, monasteries, cathedrals, etc.

REGISTER TODAY (this trip is filling very fast): Download LUTHER 500 Travel Contract: Sign and return with $200 registration deposit bondbooks.net@gmail.com

  

Past Reformation Tour ITINERARY (from June 21-July 1, 2013)

Day 1 -- Arrive in Paris (2 nights). Group lunch and settle in hotel in the Latin Quarter. Walking tour of places related to the life and ministry of the "Wycliffe of France," Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples; and William Farel; Place de Maubert where many Christians were martyred for their faith in Christ. Group welcome dinner in 12th century crypt restaurant near hotel.

Day 2 -- Morning walking tour of Paris sites related to the life and ministry of John Calvin: College de Montague, College de Fortet, St. Etienne du Mont (Blaise Pascal buried here), Notre Dame where Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion were publicly burned in 1544, Place de la Greve where the first French Reformation martyr was burned in 1512.

Day 3 -- Morning worship at Notre Dame Cathedral (why Reformation was so badly needed);  Free time to see other Paris sites: Louvre, Eiffel Tower. Afternoon  coach drive to Noyon (1 night), Calvin's birthplace in 1509, museum, Cathedral, Renaissance Library. 

Day 4 and 5 -- Coach to Strasbourg (2 nights), where Calvin and Martin Bucer ministered. Morning tour  of Strasbourg Cathedral and Gutenberg Square; Martin Bucer's home and church; St Nicholas Church where Calvin preached; afternoon and evening options in one of my wife's favorite cities on the planet. Cathedral and Gutenberg printing press monument.

Day 6 --  Coach drive to Worms where Luther took his intrepid stand for the gospel of grace alone, then to Heidelberg (1 night) Castle, tour where Ursinus and Olivianus compiled the Heidelberg Catechism; hotel near the Church of the Holy Ghost where they preached: 

Day 7 --  Coach to Wartburg Castle where in 1521 Luther translated the German New Testament, wrote his catechism, and began writing hymns; lunch in Castle Kitchen. Then coach to hotel near Luther's birthplace in Eisleben (1 night).

Day 8 -- Coach to Wittenberg; 95 Theses; other sites related to Luther and Katherine von Bora. Coach to Coburg (1 night) see castle where Luther likely penned A Mighty Fortress is Our God.

Day 9 --  Coach to Zurich (1 night) where Ulrich Zwingli preached the gospel of grace; morning worship at the church Zwingli pastored.

Day 10 -- Coach to Geneva (1 night); afternoon tour of St. Pierre Cathedral where Calvin preached, the Auditoire; Academy; Reformation Museum; Reformation Wall; evening dinner reprising the whole.  

Day 11 -- Breakfast in Geneva. Flights home or connections from Geneva

THIS TOUR IS FILLING STEADILY AND SPACE IS LIMITED. CONTACT US douglas@bondbooks.net or call 253-381-1961 REGISTER TODAY!

1. Download and print 2 copies of the Travel Contract;

2. Sign both copies.

3. Send one copy with your $100 non-refundable registration deposit ($100 per traveler) to Bedford House Books: 3010 N Proctor, Tacoma, WA 98407 

I was talking with a fellow the other day who was on the Calvin '09 tour with us. "Everyday was like being in heaven," he said. He went on and talked about the daily fellowship, meals, experiencing the sites together, and what a delight that all was. Heaven, I'm counting on it, will be infinitely better, but there are definitely foretastes when we are together for one of these tours.

 

Trace the route for the Reformation Tour with Douglas Bond from Paris, Noyon, Strasbourg, Worms, Heidelberg, Eisenach, Wartburg Castle, Erfurt, Eisleben, Wittenberg, Coburg Castle, Zurich, Geneva. 

More REFORMATION TOURS Coming Soon!

Bond tours are always tours about the great Reformation themes: sola Scriptura, sola Gratia, Sola Fide, solus Christus, and soli Deo Gloria! Watch closely for other upcoming Reformation tours. Contact us for more information: bondbooks.net@gmail.com. See you in France, Germany, Scotland, England, Italy, Switzerland, and beyond!

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REFORMATION TOUR 2013--a rich blessing!

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FULLY SUBSCRIBED waiting list: Reformation For All Time Tour 2013

"...the saints in the land, they are the excellent ones, in whom is all my delight." Psalm 16:3 

See  the ITINERARY. Travel Details & FAQ about airfares. Suggested reading list.

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REFORMATION FOR ALL TIME, June 21-July 1, 2013

REFORMATION FOR ALL TIME TOUR, 2013. Experience the Reformation where it happened: Paris, Noyon, Strasbourg, Worms, Heidelberg, Eisenach, Wartburg Castle, Erfurt, Eisleben, Wittenberg, Coburg Castle, Zurich, Geneva. See full Itinerary

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The 450th anniversary of the crafting of the Heidelberg Catechism (1563) occurs in 2013. Join us as we follow John Calvin from his birthplace in Noyon to Paris and Geneva, and then as his students made their way to Heidelberg there to compose one of the greatest question and answer guides to what the Bible teaches about Guilt, Grace, and Gratitude. REGISTER TODAY

We will stay in one of my wife's favorite cities on the planet, Strasbourg, where Calvin and Martin Bucer proclaimed the gospel; we will visit Luther's birthplace, where he studied at Erfurt and taught at Wittenberg, where he translated the New Testament into German at the Wartburg Castle, and where he took his immortal stand at Worms. We will also follow Ulrich Zwingli's ministry in Zurich--and eat sausages!

REFORMATION FOR ALL TIME TOUR is appropriate for all ages: seniors, families with children, married couples and singles. Join us for eleven unforgettable days of rich fellowship, great food and fine hotel accommodation (no youth hostels!), and comfortable coach travel in France, Switzerland, & Germany. Ground cost includes 2 meals per day (usually breakfast and dinner), coach travel, boat tour pass in Paris, hotels, entrance fees to group tour locations and activities.

We anticipate this Reformation tour will be fully subscribed.REGISTER (Closed; Fully Booked): Download and print 2 copies of the Travel Contract; sign both and send one with your $100 non-refundable registration deposit ($100 per traveler) to Bedford House Books: 3010 N Proctor, Tacoma, WA 98407

Travel quotations

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”
― Augustine of Hippo

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.”
― Mark Twain, The Innocents Abroad/Roughing It 

 “Not all those who wander are lost.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

“The traveler sees what he sees. The tourist sees what he has come to see.”
― G.K. Chesterton

“I have found out that there ain't no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them.”
― Mark Twain, Tom Sawyer Abroad

“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.”
― Gustave Flaubert

"...a good book is the precious life-blood of a master spirit, embalmed and treasured up on purpose to a life beyond life." John Milton

Testimonials from previous travelers on Bond tours:

"The tour far and away exceeded all our expectations," (Calvin 500, 2009 Tour).

"Words really fail me here - if only I had Mr. Bond's talents!  I am so incredibly blessed. Your enthusiasm for history and literature are contagious." (UK and France Tour, 2010).

"It was such an incredible gift and challenge to me to see how Christ-centered you are..."

"The tour really was way more than we ever expected or imagined..."

"When is the next tour? We're on it!" (Crown & Covenant Trilogy Tour, Scotland, 2011)

Suggested Reading List; study list for research

This is by no means a required reading list, but several folks have inquired about books and authors to read to prepare for the tour.

Roland Bainton's HERE I STAND, HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION

Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné, HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION IN THE 16TH CENTURY

Several of mine that would be helpful:

THE BETRAYAL, a novel on John Calvin

THE THUNDER, a novel on John Knox (episodes in Geneva)

MR. PIPES AND PSALMS AND HYMNS OF THE REFORMATION

 

FAMILIES PREPARING THEIR CHILDREN FOR THE TOUR might want to assign research projects on:

John Calvin, Martin Luther, Frederick the Wise (Elector of Saxony), Martin Bucer, Ulrich Zwingli, William Farel, Henry Bullinger, Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples, Margaret of Valois, Joanne of Navarre, Renee of Ferrara, Casper Olivianus, Zacharius Ursinus, Elector Frederick III, Clemont Marot, Theodore Beza, Nicholas Cop, Leo X, Erasmus, Ignatius Loyla, Michael Servetus, Francis I, Charles V

Film from CALVIN 500 ('09) Tour led by Douglas & Cheryl Bond

"Our hearts continue to overflow with praise for lessons learned and fond memories made. Our lives are richer for the time spent together."
 
"Thank you so much for taking us on that life changing trip to Europe. Not only did we have the most fun we've ever had in our lives, we have been assured about our faith in ways we had been struggling over for quite some time."

"It was a 5-star trip at a 3-star price!"

TRAVEL DETAILS and FAQs

PASSPORT     

Be sure you have your passport with you when you leave for the airport, and plan to keep it with you at all times when traveling abroad. Families will want to make photocopies of each family member’s passport and tuck these away in Mom or Dad’s suitcase. If there is a lost or stolen passport on the tour, it will be easier to replace with a photocopy than without (it won’t be easy, just easier).

MONEY

At the moment, there are approximately 1.45 USD to 1 Euro.   

All lodging, entry fees for group activities (you may choose to enter castles, museums, and other locations on free time at your own expense), coach transportation, and breakfast, and lunch or dinner are covered in the trip fee (22 meals total).

You will need to notify your bank to exchange USD into Euros and Swiss Francs. Banks are now charging fees for providing foreign currency so it is a good idea to find out what those fees are before you make the exchange.

ATM cards are the easiest way to get cash in Europe (there are lots of cash machines). Check with your bank to see what fees will be charged to your account for these cash withdrawals. We use a Capital One Master Card for foreign purchases because it is one of few cards that does not charge foreign exchange transaction fees. Check with your bank for the best option for your banking needs abroad.

If you are using a credit card or debit card make sure that you notify your bank ahead so they do not put a hold on your card due to unusual purchases.

Plan to use a money belt for credit cards, passport, and cash. I prefer the kind that goes around my neck, though I sometimes use both. It is a good idea to spread out where you keep valuables on your person, and families will want to keep duplicate credit cards and cash distributed between husband and wife.

KEEPING IN TOUCH

Phone cards – if you purchase an international phone card in the USA make sure that you have all the access code information with you to use it on the tour. Most hotel phones will accept phone cards purchased in the Europe.

Cell Phones - Check with your cell phone provider. Depending on your service package, you may be able to upgrade your cell service for a short time so your own phone with your own number can be used as an international cell phone. Otherwise, you may purchase an international cell phone when we arrive in Paris. Cheryl and I will each have an international cell phone that will be available to you for emergencies only. 

Email: If you wish to access and send email on the tour make sure you know your password and use an easily accessible account such as hotmail or gmail. Our hotels will have wi-fi but it is not always free so you may have to purchase wi-fi usage at the hotel for a nominal fee.

PACKING

  • Comfortable, sturdy walking shoes are one of the most important items you need to bring on the trip. Brits do lots more walking than most Americans, so bring your most comfortable pair of shoes. If you purchase a new pair, start wearing them in right away. It's not a bad idea to bring a second pair of shoes or slippers for resting your feet in the evenings. 
  • Bring a small shoulder bag or day-pack and one small to medium size suitcase or backpack. The lighter you travel, the more enjoyable the travel (in my opinion).
  • I carry a shoulder bag and carry on the plane with me a wheeled suitcase that does not exceed the maximum size for carry-on luggage. Most airlines will include one checked bag in your flight cost but will charge extra for a second checked bag. Families may want to consolidate kid’s luggage in fewer suitcases. That’s up to you to decide. I just prefer keeping my luggage with me, that way if I do bring items home, I can check one bag on the return.
  • Keep the essentials in the day-pack and carry it on the plane. Carry-on bag must have a combined linear measurement (L +W+H) of 45 inches or less and weigh under 40 pounds. Bring your passport! Do not pack your passport into the suitcase you plan to check in as baggage. Keep it on your person or in your carry-on bag. You will need it to board the plane. The essentials include such items as a toothbrush, toothpaste, medications, aspirin, motion sickness pills, tissues, comb, a change of socks and underwear, and camera. Be sure to follow airline regulations regarding liquids in your carry on bag. A small poncho is recommended. In the day-pack should also be a sweater, Bible, and at least one good book. You may want a compact telescoping umbrella.
  • Everything else you bring should be in your small to medium sized suitcase or backpack. Checked baggage must be under 50 pounds. The biggest problem new travelers have is packing too much. You will not need much for this trip. Wear loose comfortable shoes for the plane. Pack good worn-in walking shoes. Two pairs of pants, two shirts, a fleece, a sweater, a rain-resistant coat, 3 changes of underclothes and socks.  Plan to wash clothes in the sink in your hotel every couple of days. Most hotels will have a place for drying cloths. After these essentials are packed, see how much room is left, then fill the extra space with something appropriate for church and dining. If you plan to bring home gifts from your trip, bring along an empty duffle bag, which you can pack with souvenirs for your return trip, but remember that you will have to pay for an extra bag on your return flight to the US. Clearly label your day-pack and suitcase with your name and phone number. Mark your suitcase with distinctive tape for easy recognition at baggage claim.
  • My wife will be mortified at me telling you this, but it works so well, here goes. I keep a collection of socks and other undergarments that are feeling their age (wearing thin, on their last legs, or threads), including dress shirts in their final moments of respectable life; I then wear and pack these for the first few days of the trip, jettisoning them shamelessly in the UK rubbish bins, thereby filling their landfills with my has-been clothes. This I find to be an intensely satisfying way to be rid of my tired clothing items, and to reduce the need to wash things out early in the trip. If I run completely out (it happens), I simply purchase new things. They do have stores that sell such items in Britain.

CHECKLIST

Write yourself a short checklist before you leave for the airport. Don't forget passport, reading material, tour journal notebook, Bible, and an adapter plug if you need it.

ELECTRICITY

The U.S. operates on 110 volts while Europe uses 220 volts.  To operate an electric hair dryer or razor – it must be able to adjust to 220 volts and you will need a plug adapter that is configured for British electrical outlets which are more like dryer or stove outlets than ours. For laptops and camera battery rechargers, check with your manufacturer to see if these need power converters for European voltage. My laptop (HP PC) does not, but all our electrical plug-ins need the Continental European outlet adapter to configure to their outlets.

 

QUESTIONS ABOUT AIRFARES (from an email I wrote to one of our previous tour groups)

My wife and I had good fellowship with a couple going on the Reformation For All Time Tour, June 20-30, 2013 this last Thursday evening. They asked about the expensive airfares to Paris; when they check on them for next year, they were $1,500 each! Maybe some of the rest of you have gulped as you checked on airfares too.
 
I shared with Doug and Heidi how things seem to work. Let me use the Hymn Tour of England & Wales August 11-21, 2012 (just a couple of weeks away--no openings) for an example. Last January sadly two people decided to withdraw from the tour because they were worried about the airfares, about $1,400 or so round trip to London. I assured them that the airlines, London, the UK, any country that depends on tourism, had an invested interest in getting people to travel, and what that generally means is price wars as we get closer to departure. I bought my ticket when the fares dropped in April (paid $904), and mine was the most expensive (as far as I know). Two of our Hymn Tour travelers paid $616 round trip London each. I feel so bad for the two folks who withdrew from the trip because of what they anticipated to be airfares that were too expensive. By waiting they could have gotten a fare between $616 and 904, not bad, and not even close to 1,400!
 
I'm no prophet, so I can't guarantee that this will happen, but rates drop much more often than not. In 2009 for the John Calvin at 500 Tour, we had a couple buy their tickets in January and pay $1,440 each (I discouraged them from doing so but they were worried they might not get a seat). Two weeks later US Airways launched a price war and the rest of 49 travelers paid $750 round trip Paris each. We didn't have as big of a drop last summer on the Crown & Covenant Trilogy Tour but by waiting there were savings to be had--and nobody missed getting a seat on the plane! 
 
I hope this helps any of you who are biting your nails about those airfares and wondering if you should commit to going on the tour. Remember, the airlines want us to fly, and they will make sure we get a seat--usually that means they drop the fares, often substantially, to get us to take to the skies.
 
We'd hate for any of you to miss out. Here's what previous travelers have said about their experience:
       
"The trip has been an answer to long prayers and has really changed us for life. God bless you both and give you peace."
 
"...one of the greatest gifts I have ever been given. Thank you! God used the time in France to remind me of his love."
 
 
Blessings in Christ,
Doug and Cheryl Bond

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